Wojciech Bogaczyk, a historian, opposition activist in the 1980s, one of the NZS leaders died. "He was ill with Poles, he represented this kind of patriotism, which makes us experience all the successes and failures very deeply," said Piotr Semka, who on Tuesday reported on the death of Bogaczyk
/ Andrzej Hulimka / Reporter
"He was one of the generation of people who created the student movement, His protagonists were activists of the Movement for the Defense of Human Rights. He was a man who suffered from poland and represented a kind of patriotism that profoundly affected all successes as well as failures, "said Semka Bogaczyk during his speech Studied at the Catholic University in Lublin.
He reminded Bogaczyk that "he was an important form of resistance at this university" and "in 1990 he was very involved in the campaign of Lech Wałęsa"  08] He added that Wojciech Bogaczyk "a man in the He also taught journalistic texts on the history and significance of their teachings, and he acted as an illusion of history. "
" During the NZS pilgrimage to John Paul II. He handed over the NZS stamp personally to the pope, "Semek reminded.
"The fight against communism began in 1973 in the youth organization Wolność i Niezawisłość, which he founded together with classmates of the IE High School of Batory, at a time when almost nobody dreamed of fighting communism because of the pseudonym Grykowski prevailed "- he emphasized.
"Then there was cooperation with the Human Rights Movement, then with the" Młynek "printing house where we printed Kołakowski and flyers, then he was the NZS he founded and headed as part of the National Coordinating Committee Then there was martial law, hiding, internment, "he said.
Pietrasiewicz recalled that Bogaczyk took over the Christian-national Union, "but he had no real soul politics, although at the beginning he was one of the most important figures of this party – he greeted President Kaczorowski on Polish soil, and let go of his party colleagues – yes, that's what it was – so that he did not even become an MP. "
" For years, he was preparing adolescents for exams in history – high school and college – but his method of preparation was not just to teach He clapped his hands over the process of his downfall, about how young people in the yearbook know less and less about the world for over a year – this knowledge he taught his mind, and in fact his students have passed the tests "- he added.
Bogaczyk and Pietrasiewicz wrote the novel "Returns." "In the beginning, Wojtek did not understand the principle of historical fiction, but then he got involved and thanks to him it is so realistic in terms of historical facts," he recalled.
"He had a difficult nature, he could not give up his family and private life, he was lonely, it was always a problem for him, and he died alone, which I think is the saddest," Pietrasiewicz said.
Wojciech Bogaczyk was born on July 11, 1958 in Radom. While studying at the Stefan Batory Secondary School in Warsaw, he began working in the Solidarity Committee in Warsaw. contact with the lublin movement to defend human and civil rights In 1980, he founded the independent student association of catholic students and was elected to the provisional national authorities of the nazs.
He was interned at the beginning of the 1980s, he refused to sign a declaration of loyalty and security talks
In the 1980s and 1990s he was a member of the Bureau of the Christian National Union and then Leader of the Christian Movement citizens. From 1991 to 1995 he was a member of the Third Republic Movement. From 1995 to 2000 he was chairman of the Polish-Polish committee. Czeczenia.
In 2001 he was honored with the badge "Zasłużony Działacz Kultury" of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. In 2006, he received the status of a victim with the IPN. In December 2007, he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta by the President of the Republic of Poland, Lech Kaczyński. He was a member of the Free Word Association.